This example contains a Docker image and a number of simple application examples which demonstrate how to work with the SingularityNET platform.
For the sake of clarity and simplicity, we prepared an environment which simulates the behaviour of the Kovan Ethereum testnet. All actions occur within your own instance of Ganache and doesn’t affect any public networks.
- 1 Gb free RAM to run docker image
- 4 Gb free disk space to keep docker image
git clone https://github.com/singnet/wiki cd wiki/workshop/docker
Build docker image:
docker build -t singnet .
Run docker image with examples:
After docker image is up you will be in the
singnet folder which contains all
main SingularityNet git repositories and SingularityNet examples.
Please start with reading
examples/01-snet-cli/README file and follow instructions.
Preparations made in image
What is done in the docker image:
- local IPFS instance is deployed and started (see deploy local IPFS instance and start local IPFS instance
- Ganache instance is started with predefined network number and mnemonic to generate predictable accounts numbers and private keys (see start local ethereum network);
- local network id is exported as
- all contracts are already deployed and their addresses are written to
snet-cliconfiguration and exported as environment variables:
- local Ethereum node and IPFS instance are added into snet-cli configuration setup snet-cli interface;
- all addresses and private keys generated by Ganache are exported as
- couple of
snet-cliidentities are created:
caller, which are first and second identities generated by ganache-cli on start respectively.
In order to see full list of preparations you need to work with local Ethereum network you need to look at page build and deploy SingularityNET locally.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://dev.singularitynet.io/workshops/docker-snet/